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and the debt ceiling debate there is a chance what was going to be a heavy lift with the administration and congress to raise the debt ceiling becomes heavier. a growing lack of trust and the administration will be distracted and more complicated. dennis: even more difficult and stocks hitting all-time highs and the dow up 5 points. right now is almost as if wall street is deciding this distraction and diversion could be a good thing but gridlock is good for only so long. >> the old line that gridlock is good for stocks i don't quite agree with that. if you look back at history like people think it does. one reason the market has been going up is japan looks better, the european situation is stabilized, the u.s. debt ceiling situation has been pushed off, the budget looking little better. spending is down and the g s es fannie and freddie molded to the government's total budget situation has improved, the actual debt ceiling debate has been put out a couple months the market does not have to confront that. the point i have been making is when it does confront washington is going to beco
and the environment. on the economy, conservatives are chomping at the bit to use the upcoming debt ceiling debate as a weapon to force new spending cuts and tax reform. the problem is, middle class americans may not see how the republican agenda helps them. in february, majority leader eric cantor suggested they have to explain why their plan is everyone, not just protecting the rich. >> for the next two years our house majority will pursue an agenda that is based on a shared vision of creating the conditions of health, prosperity for more americans and their families. >> haven't reflected the efforts to sell their policies as a benefit for the middle class, but others claim it could be done. this is how president reagan introduced his tax legislation before he signed it in 1986. >> the bill i'm signing today is not only a historic overhaul of his tax code and sweeping victory for fairness, but also the best antipoverty bill, the best pro-family measure and the best job creation program ever to come out of the congress of the united states. >> another issue fueling party divisions is climate chan
's first cabinet. the bipartisan agreement to suspend the debt ceiling expires this weekend. but with its latest forecast c.b.o. now says that that limit probably won't be reached until october, november of this year. most news reports suggest this will reduce the political pressure to achieve a bipartisan deal on further reducing the deficit in a balanced way. i would argue the urgency still remains and that this window of time presents us with a perfect opportunity for bipartisan negotiations to resume without the specter of the sword of dam klees -- damocles over our head. i'm amazing our republican friends continue to shun their own party's heritage of making the innovation, they are blind to slashing -- they want to slash government spending with no account for the consequences. it must be done with maintaining strategic federal investment and r&d and innovation and others. i suggest my republican friends look no further than the g.d.p. growth from the last two quarters showing it's not the federal debt but the meat ax approach that's created what drag there is on the economy. the la
into cliffs an debt ceilings, it's far from optimal for the real economy. that said, i think you got a good point this is not a group that will put together coherent budget. they can't come together with regular aura and have a smooth trajectory. >> i'm going to make a forecast here. the gop message with these investigations, whether it's the irs or benghazi or the secret wiretapping of the phone records for the a.p., these are the evils of big government and the evils of government overreach. jared, you will hear this term, government overreach, time and time again. >> i don't disagree. >> the republicans have finally found a message. it may not be the greatest. this is what they will use. >> jimmy made point a minute ago, the reason this scandal is so depressing to people like me is i fully do believe, you probably agree, we need a good, strong functional accountable honest government. and when things like this happen. >> even though it's smaller. >> we can argue. >> i'd be much happier. >> we're not going to agree. we're going to disagree on the size, we do agree on all of those -- >> we
battle over the debt ceiling, the budget, all this, i think this is going to get worse, not better. >> chris: you have a poll for everything, don't you? >> i've only offered up two today. >> chris: but they're just appropriate. thank you, panel. see you next week. check our panel plus, where our group picks up with the discussion on our website, foxnewssunday.com, and follow us on twitter @"foxnewssunday". upho next, our power players of the week. copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. you know, spiriva helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision cha
has got to stop. and stop with the debt ceiling that will probably come up for a vote this fall. which way will we go, mr. speaker? what will we do to ensure that the children of tomorrow don't have to pay for the bills of today? it will take courage. it will take, frankly, mr. speaker, more than this congress. we can't wait for washington to do this alone. we need the help of the people. and that's why i take to the floor tonight, ultimately, mr. speaker. getting the word out. know american families, once they know the truths, they will speak that truth to power and they will demand change and demand to live within their means again because that's what every american has done before. want the next to be better off. that's what americans today want, too. and i tell this to you, mr. speaker, and all the members of this house, that when there is a direct conflict between the people in the here and now and the people of tomorrow, those without a voice, those that don't exist yet that's why they don't have a voice, when there is that direct conflict in terms of a vote on an issue, on a bil
party was bedeviling obama over the debt ceiling the idea that the white house is not involved with getting this investigation to intimidate or put out of business the tea party, i have --. for example greg government abuse of power is a federal crime. >> this is the total politicization of the federal government. we have the justice department, the i.r.s., we have the white house law donilom and there are answers to questions that have to be gotten to get our government back. >> it is chicago gangster politics. the i.r.s. thing, 16,000 more agents in charge of health care? go back to the other issue: there are big questions, and the question is, where did the video come from? it didn't fall from the sky. >>gregg: we will talk about hillary clinton although she has not said whether she is running for president. could the fallout from benghazi derail former secretary of state, hillary clinton before it gets off the ground? our insiders will weigh in on that. ber 17, 1903, the wright brothers became the first in flight. [ goodall ] i think the most amazing thing is how like us th
's extraordinary measures to avoid hitting the debt ceiling will last until after september 2nd. this was in a letter to lawmakers. lew says he can't provide specific estimate how long the measures will last. lori: they have the cash to cover our bills until september is that what he is saying? extraordinary measures? accounting. i don't know. i want to hear more about that. melissa: for sure. european auto sales breaking a 18-month losing streak. april sales rising from the historic low hit back in 2011 but the news is not all great. the jump is attributed to an extra two days in the calendar. many europeans are still reluctant to spend on big-ticket items as they cope with the ongoing recession and a dismal labor market. speaking of europe, the imf says substantial risk remains for cyprus. they will face a deep recession for both this year and next. this coming months after cyprus received a $13 billion bailout from the european union and the imf. >>> there is a bit of good news for the troubled region though. markets there are climbing to the highest level in nearly five year
ceiling all day but there will be a real debt ceiling they hit some day. they can try to keep alternatives from emerging but in the long term they can't. like gun control we talk about something the government should do but then 3 d printers come along and it is no longer it is something the government can do. you have a situation you can't necessarily control from washington. >> "the end is near and it's going to be awesome." kevin williamson, thank you. great story from the theater last night. we're on your side. they better not press charges. that would be very embarrassing for that lady who was on her phone. on the show tomorrow bob woodward weighs in on the government seizure of the ap phone records. also the man behind hbo's new movie "liberace." >> he is my hero. >> jerry weintraub. joe does the best imitation. >> i am so excited. >> are you coming back? are you booking yourself? >> i have been looked. >> or are you even booked for today? >> yes i was. >> sure. "morning joe" is back in a moment. humans. even whe c and dot our i's, namely, other humans. which is why at liberty mutual
comes to a boil before we get to the debt ceiling and before we get to october, the end of the fiscal year. obviously that date is the final backstop. something has to happen before then. >> i want to be clear. yes to veto? the president should veto it? >> i think the president should be very clear that he doesn't accept the idea that we're going to relieve portions of the sequester when it comes to the defense piece he is absolutely been clear that he would veto that. and i support that position. "washington journal" continues. host: david jackson is a white house reporter with u.s.a. today and is here to talk to us about the situation in light of this week's i.r.s. scandal which saw the resignation of the acting i.r.s. commissioner day -- the i.r.s. commissioner and mr. jackson is going to help us take a look at the relationship between the u.s. president and the i.r.s. throughout modern history. the i.r.s. desires to be seen as an independent agency but it hasn't always been that way. has it? >> no, it hasn't. there have been examples of presidents using the irds and it's been foun
true. >> well, you may not need to use the debt ceiling in the third quarter. >> they won't. >> the pageant music coming on. >> and they won't talk about a sequester anymore. that will remain in place. for some people is a good thing. >> this is just a suggested break. it's not -- >> you're taking it way too seriously. >> i'm trying to get invited back. trying to play by the rules. >> there's only one person to kiss up to. >> steve, thank you. >> you can do it without kissing up to him. trust me. >> we'll see about that. >> and that's the of steve liesman, as well. >> our series continues with innovators who want to shake up the financial services industry. a ceo of a company that offers the same services as the big private banks but at a fraction of the cost. stay tuned. ♪ [ female announcer ] you're the boss of your life. in charge of long weekends and longer retirements. ♪ ask your financial professional how lincoln financial can help you take charge of your future. ♪ how lincoln financial can help you take charge of your future. always go the extra mile. to treat
for possible train wreck. you've got the question of our debt ceiling. the country not being fiscally responsible. you've got immigration reform. a whole host of major issues before the congress. this unfortunately does come at a time and now you've got -- what's the latest one i'm going after, i guess, a.p. reporters, partisan isn't a thing. a.p. and others have disclosed some of what has -- they consider some additional requirements or harassment in an investigation. so, these things do detract, but the work of congress still goes on. and that -- a lot of that meat and potatoes work that doesn't ged headlines. host: democrat from ohio. welcome. caller: thank you so much for having me on. i hope i can take the congressman at his word that he is trying to be nonpartisan, but i do note that he looks awfully happy this morning. i would like to ask -- guest: beautiful day in washington. caller: to citizens united and e 501-c-4 social welfare exemption for funding charitable crossroads pact qualifies as a charitable social welfare organization, and gets a tax exemption, when glenn beck'
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